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Accepting a Disabled Child, Part 1

Most dads don’t think about the responsibility of caring for a disabled child until they experience it first hand. Loving…
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Just Believe in Miracles. Just Be DAD.

5 Lessons from Raising a Cancer Survivor by Adam Bolling   I get to be a dad. Honestly, I never…
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Real Fathering and the Glue that Holds Families Together

  Little nine-month-old Enoch has a rare genetic disorder that brings serious challenges to his life—physically and developmentally. Enoch’s granddad…
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Fathering Challenges Demand the Right Attitude

  Perseverance in the face of challenges … It’s one of the qualities I appreciate most when I study our…
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How to Be a Dad Who Turns Difficulties into Blessings

  How is fathering a child with special needs a “privilege”? Rob is a veteran father of four whose oldest…
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Let O.J. Brigance Inspire You to Hang in There as a Dad

  What inspires you, dad? What keeps you going? If you’re anything like me, your heart is stirred by O.J….
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Everyday Heroes: Great Dads Shine in Tough Circumstances

  Aimee Copeland is a 24-year-old from Georgia who’s in the news because of a rare flesh-eating disease which she…
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The Best Part of Your Day (See Video)

Before Little Eliot Hartman Mooney was born, his parents were told that he would likely die in the womb. And…
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The Importance of FUN

On September 8, 1998, my twelve-year-old son, Anthony, suffered a severe brain injury due to a lack of oxygen during resuscitation from cardiac arrest. Wolf Parkinson White Syndrome, a rare and undetected condition, had caused Anthony's heart to stop. A lack of oxygen to his brain during resuscitation left him in a coma for many long and anxious months.

Moving Video: A Perfect Father Figure

A recent story featured on ESPN's "Outside the Lines" epitomizes the Championship Fathering fundamental of Encouraging Other Kids.

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